The transportation plan includes safety improvement and construction projects throughout the Portland region expected to span over 20 years. If voters pass the measure, it'll be partially funded by a payroll tax on many businesses.
The majority of Oregon’s population still lives under a “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order. But residents of 31 mostly rural counties will see restrictions begin to ease on Friday. Here's what you need to know.
Four years ago, Portland voters narrowly approved a 10-cents-a-gallon gas tax to fund road projects. Four years later, the tax is up for renewal. But this time around, the debate around the tax is limited.